What is the likelihood that Apple will switch to using the Intel Core M instead of i5/i7 processors in the next Mac Mini? It might not be what some of us want, but the lower range Mac Minis have traditionally used components from the lower range laptops. The lowest power Apple laptop is now the rMB. By using the same Intel Core M processors from the rMB, Apple could slim down the Mini's form factor, which they certainly have done with other models, and clearly differentiate the Mini from the iMac series in terms of computing power. (A step downwards for Mac Mini processing power). Any thoughts?